07 April, 2016
North Haven Yacht Club Tender Information
The Club has 55 swinging tender
moorings spread over the areas to the west and east of the Clubhouse. The
Club also has 30 tender moorings on jetty outhauls and these are available at a
higher premium. The cost of a tender mooring is made up of the Club
fee and a tender mooring licence fee which is levied by Poole Harbour
Definition of a tender
Tenders are vessels certified by
Clubs or the Harbour Master to be Tenders, not exceeding 4.0m in length,
provided that the Owner has paid Harbour Dues on the parent boat and the
Tender is permanently marked and used as ‘Tender to Parent Boat’ and is
NOT a dual purpose boat
Members who fail to comply with
these requirements will be asked to remove the tender from the Club mooring
If a Club member disposes of his
/ her boat they must relinquish their tender mooring unless in the process
of purchasing another boat. In this case the Club Secretary and Mooring
Officer must be informed.
Please note that there is no
right of transfer of a tender mooring to another Club member even if the
original member’s main boat is sold within the Club.
If the tender mooring is no
longer required it must go back to the Club Secretary for re-allocation to
the next person on the waiting list.
Tender moorings are for the use
of the person paying the tender mooring fee and must not be sub-let.
Please make sure that your dinghy is
kept empty of water to prevent undue wear and tear on the tender moorings and
the vessels fittings. Tenders that break adrift often get damaged in the
process and may also cause damage to other member’s boats. In either case you
are liable for any damage caused.